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Personalised Pirate Initial Card

BG-3975
 
£1.99
Personalised Pirate Initial Card Personalised Pirate Initial Card
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Ooo arrrgh me hearties, get a load of our Personalised Pirate Card for all you land lubbers out thar. Decorated with pirate paraphernalia including parrots and anchors arrrgh. The theme is continued inside with a page of skull & crossbones and a pirate with his parrot and a cutlass.

The card can be personalised on the front with the recipient's first initial followed by a name of up to 12 characters. This will then show as G is for George for example, the words 'is for' are standard text and cannot be changed. The message inside is over 5 lines with a maximum of 20 characters per line.

Please check your personalisation carefully before sending for processing as how it appears here will be how it appears on the product, including spacing, capitalisation and punctuation.

Features
  • Personalised Pirate Card.

  • Material: Paper product.

  • Fun pirate theme.

  • Theme continues to the inside of the card.

  • Personalise on the front with the recipient's first initial followed by a name of up to 12 characters. This will then show as G is for George for example, the words 'is for' are standard text and cannot be changed.

  • The message inside is over 5 lines with a maximum of 20 characters per line.

  • Approx. size: 185mm x 132mm.

  • Standard letters only, no special characters.

  • Cards are dispatched in a brown outer envelope with a plain white envelope inside.

  • Manufacturer's code: GC00216.

This exciting card is great for a birthday greeting but as the personalisation is up to you it is also perfect as a good luck or thank you card. The choice is yours.
 
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